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"My wheelchair doesn't stop me living my life as I want to live it" Nikki Emerson 26
Tough Mudder
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"My wheelchair doesn't stop me living my life as I want to live it" Nikki Emerson, Tough Mudder

Paralysis. Life. Each day, some people wake up having to think about both.

That's why, each day, Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research does the same, thinking long and hard about how we can make life livable for people with spinal cord injury. With new medical breakthroughs, technological innovation and social insight - and your generous support - we can do more to help people get on with life after paralysis.

What we do

Life after paralysis. Together, we make it easier

Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research brings together patients, carers, healthcare professionals and researchers to:

Alleviate medical
complications, like
bladder infection and
pressure sores
Test and use new
technology to offer
more choices in rehab
and everyday life
Help people
to regain their
confidence socially
and return
to work

As a charity, we can't do it alone. We work closely with the National Spinal Injuries Centre at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and other spinal centres. And with you, through the generosity of your donation.

Please continue to do so, because your support helps people see there's life after paralysis.

Support Us

Whatever you can give, helps give so much

Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research is a charity. We get no government funding. As with all charities, we rely on what grants we can find and what people donate to us.

Every cake sale, every run, every sponsored challenge helps.
Visit our JustGiving page to support us in whatever way you can.

Our current fundraising campaign

Nov 2014 - Nov 2015
'Wheels at Work'
On 18th November we launched our new fundraising campaign Wheels at Work at an event hosted by Handelsbanken in Aylesbury.

To get involved, simply put your hand up to the challenge of doing a days' work in a wheelchair to help support our research. We'll take care of logistics thanks to our mobility partner, Gerald Simonds, and all you have to do is ask your friends, family and colleagues to sponsor you. Or better yet, get them to join in too.

You just need to tell us how it feels, and know that your support will help our research into improving the pathway back to work, for people with spinal cord injury.

To join in sign up below for your free information pack. We'll be following all our participants on social media and through the local press, your support will mean the world to us.

Let #wheelsatwork begin.

Sign up today

Contact us

Something you'd like to know or share?

Feel free to drop us a note. Every story, observation and opinion helps us do what we do, better. Whatever you have to say, helps.Thank you.

Research: 01296 316783
Fundraising: 01296 315255

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